Indigenous Language Class - nxaʔamxčín
t̓il̓ x̌əšt/ hello.
Newly added: scholarships for registration available. If you are unable to afford the fee please email Rachel Bishop at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will figure out a plan! If you are already signed up and wished there was a scholarship for you, please email as well.
Join Annette Timentwa, Language Curriculum Coordinator for the Colville Confederated Tribes Language Department, for this 5-week basic introductory class on the nxaʔamxčín language. The class will be covering Moses-Columbian language history, phonetics/orthography, vocabulary and grammar. Each class will cover 5-10 words or phrases, along with some simple grammar concepts to try and make simple nxaʔamxčín sentences. Classes will cover family terms, colors, numbers, and feelings because Annette feels that these are lessons that can be used at home and daily. Annette will be utilizing audio, visual, and video tools after the first class covers basic linguistic concepts and history. Participation is not mandatory, but always encouraged- as I know Zoom can be a little intimidating at first. Using your free time to learn another language can be difficult, but Annette commends anyone willing to try and get out of their comfort zone!
lámlamt/ thank you.
Class limited to 15 participants. Registration required.
Cost: $60-nonmembers, $50 members
Clock Hours provided
Photo of Annette Timentwa (on left) and Pauline Stensgar, the last fluent nxaʔamxčín speaking elder (on right)